CREDIT: Carlow Weather
A plane has taken a very odd flight path across several counties in Ireland, seemingly focusing in the skies over Offaly.
Twitter has been wondering what it might be doing.
Check out the tweet below from Carlow Weather:
Plane surveying or what do you think it is doing? pic.twitter.com/23bV2onLrV— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) April 15, 2020
Some of the Twitter suggestions as to what's going on have been brilliant!
Got directions off a local— Ronan Moriarty (@rmoriarty247) April 15, 2020
It's coloring in the midlands.— Alan Rossiter (@RossiterAlan) April 15, 2020
Looks like it’s ploughing a few lonely furrows— Brian MaGuire (@strandski10) April 15, 2020
And there was some sensible suggestions:
Mapping. It’s not the geophysics one. That’s a turbo prop. This is almost certainly mapping.— Conor O'Carroll (@cjocarroll) April 15, 2020
I just had a scratch around and it's a Dutch company doing surveys, couldn't find out for what tho— Johnny lynch (@johnnyboyF1) April 15, 2020
The cessna citation reg is PH-SVZ. It and another aircraft are based out of Shannon on survey work. Last weekend they covered North Mayo Sligo and Donegal— Graeme Dunne (@GraemeDunne) April 15, 2020